IATA Program

IATA (International Air Transport Association)

UFTAA (United Federation of Travel Agents Associations)

  • This is a life long learning programme organized and managed by the IATA International Travel and Tourism Training Programme.
  • This progamme has four different diploma levels and after completion one qualifies for an award of a Bachelors degree in Travel and Tourism.
  • It is available world-wide and produced by a team of training specialists and industry experts.
  • After qualifying one can work as an Airline Reservations Clerk, Group Package Tour Sales, Travel Agencies, Attraction Management e.t.c

IATA Diploma in Cabin Crew

  • This is a one year IATA Diploma programms meant to train prospective candidates to be able to work as flight attendants with airlines.
  • The main area of operation is to work on board passengers’ air crafts to ensure the safety and comfort of traveling passengers.

How You Will Benefit

  • Become aware of the cabin crew profession, its origins and current practice
  • Describe the aircraft types and cabin crew functions
  • Learn to manage passenger interactions in a variety of circumstances
  • Know about different  types of emergency and safety procedures

IATA Diploma in Airline Cargo Handling

  • Leading to the IATA/FIATA Introductory course Diploma, the IATA/FIATA Introductory course is one of the requirements for accreditation as an IATA Cargo Agent.
  • The Introductory course takes into account a number of changes in the air cargo industry and the evolution of the industry towards the adoption of the Montreal Protocol.

 How You Will Benefit

  • Make appropriate arrangements and reservations for international air cargo shipments
  • Calculate correct rates and charges for general cargo(specific commodity and class rates)
  • Complete Air Waybills in accordance with IATA rules and procedures

IATA Diploma in Airport Operations

The benefits of studying this course include:

  • Understand the world of airports
  • Discover the various airport customers and partners
  • Learn about different areas of an airport, such as landside, terminal, and airside
  • Understand airport economics

Designed for:

  •  Recently appointed staff working for or at an airport
  • Travel industry staff wanting to understand airports
  • Police, Immigration and Customs staff having